Registration open for August computer classes at PCPL
Putnam County Public Library will be offering three computer classes in August.
The computer classes being offered are hands-on classes and are designed to introduce beginners to using a computer.
On Aug. 4, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., Introduction to Computers Part One will help you understand how the computer works will give you the confidence to tackle future tasks on your own. Topics covered will be History of Computers, How a Computer Works, Basic Computer Operation and Mouse Exercises.
On Aug. 11, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., part two of the Introduction to Computers series will build on part one by teaching you to understand the words people use when talking about computers. Attendees will get used to navigating the computer and understanding the why and the how. Topics covered: Applications, Operating Systems, and Hands on with a Graphical User Interface.
On Aug. 25, 5:30-7:30 p.m., part three of the Introduction to Computers series will build on part two by walking you through the most important parts of your operating system, managing your installed applications, and organizing your personal computer files. Attendees will get used to creating folders, saving files, and learning how to cut, copy and paste. Topics covered: Files and folders, copy and paste, and adding and removing applications.
All classes are for beginners and are free and open to the public but registration is required since space is limited.
Classes are two hours long with a break and registration is now open for August computer classes.
To sign up for any of the upcoming classes, view the library website at pcpl21.org, call Mike at 653-2755, Ext. 118, or stop by the PCPL circulation or reference desks at the library.